Gulabo Sitabo Movie Leaked: Ayushmann Khurrana and Amitabh Bachchan protagonist Gulabo Sitabo, released on OTT platform today, has fallen prey to piracy within hours of its release.
With the ongoing coronavirus blocking adversely affecting media outlets, as the performance centers have been closed for over two months, a few major movies are on their way to automated stages for release. In the midst of this, Ayushmann Khurrana and Amitabh Bachchan protagonist Gulabo Sitabo was one of the most important Hindi movies spending a huge amount of money to pick an immediate release on OTT and was released today on Amazon PrimeThe film, which was one of the most anticipated releases of the year, has been opened to rave reviews from audiences and experts alike.
While the satire dramatization has emerged as truly newsworthy from the outset, it has recently garnered attention for a not very great statement. According to ongoing media reports, Gulabo Sitabo has fallen prey to robberies. Suspected robbery monster Tamilrockers, known to have hit a few major releases, targeted this Shoojit Sircar director within 24 hours of its release and leaked onto the internet. As indicated by media reports, Gulabo Sitabo is free to download in HD print at a few infamous stolen destinations.
Before, web arrangements and movies such as Ponmagal Vandhal, Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai, Chintu Ka Birthday, Raktanchal, Pay, Illegal, Paatal Lok, Family Man, and so on have also been focused by Tamilrockers after release.
To the unenlightened, Gulabo Sitabo just happened to be Ayushmann’s first collaborative effort with Amitabh Bachchan, and their eccentric trailer had just gotten the really necessary publicity for the movie. The satire dramatization takes place in Lucknow and revolves around an older person, Mirza Sheik (Amitabh Bachchan), its connection to its 100-year-old haveli and its fascinating twist with one of its residents (Ayushmann) about the lease. In any case, their lives take an intriguing turn after they discover that the archaeological department has an undeniable fascination with the haveli.